Nate Potter makes the second team and George Iloka makes the third team. Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck and Matt Barkley took home the first, second and third team QB spots respectively. It's amazing what a year without ESPN exposure can do to a guy.
Good thing it's online since I canceled by ESPN the Mag subscription during the whole Bruce Feldman debacle. The article does a great job of explaining the Playoff PAC's origins and strategy and how effective they've been. They can always use donations, because filing complaints and freedom of information requests takes money. It's definitely a good cause.
He expects Boise State to double up Arizona State plus he predicts Chris Petersen to throw a brick through his TV while watching the Sugar Bowl. Video or it didn't happen.
The podcast includes CBS Sports' Bruce Feldman, Yahoo's Pat Forde and SB Nation's Amy K Nelson. It's an interesting listen as they talk about the bureaucracy and culture of ESPN.
Graham left Pittsburgh after only one year and told his players via text message. As you can imagine, those two things aren't going over very well.
I feel bad for Texans having to deal with his political ads unless they are like EDSBS's version. Anyone know who his opponent is? Cause we're officially throwing our endorsement behind that person.
Alexander joins former Bronco Kyle Wilson up in New York. I'm waiting for word from Kevan (Patriots fan) on how he feels about this.
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